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Deal Or No Deal? - Your Investment Questions Answered
As Boris Johnson enters Downing Street stating the UK will leave the EU on October 31st, and refusing to take ‘no deal’ off the table, millions of Brits at home and overseas must make some potentially life changing decisions to safeguard their…

 


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The True Cost Of Educating Your Child In The UAE
On average parents in the UAE pay more than double the global average for education costs. And this can be multiplied further if you have more than…
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South African Treasury takes aim at Expats
Having announced his intention to introduce a worldwide income tax on South African nationals back in 2018, this proposal is about to become a…
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Birthdays are good for your health but can you afford to keep enjoying them?
Did you know that by 2030 the average person will live into their late 80s* If you are going to live longer, what does this mean for your…
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How to minimise the tax you pay and get the most out of your pension in Portugal
With a reputation as the hottest country in Mainland Europe, and a relatively cheap cost of living, its easy to understand why many expats choose…
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Leaving Switzerland? Returning home to the UK?
It's most likely that your career brought you to Switzerland, and with over 50% of expats only staying in Switzerland for less than ten years, it's…
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Chinese New Year Of The Pig
Today marks the beginning of the Chinese Year of the Pig which traditionally represents luck, overall good fortune, wealth, honesty and prosperity.

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With so many “what” and “if” questions to be answered, it is vital that you take action now. Formulate a plan that will show you when you are able to…
Many Brits working on an expatriate contract are failing to make the most of their international worker status. Don’t fall into the same trap.
As an Australian living overseas, it is likely you are in the enviable position of enjoying a higher income and paying lower taxes, if any tax at all.
Whilst the year-long sunshine, improved lifestyle and opportunity to further your career were probably the main drivers behind your decision to…
The Bank of England has raised interest rates for only the second time in a decade.
We know that being part of an expat community, living and working side by side with people from all over the world is a great feeling. But it's a well…
As the summer begins to heat up, thousands of expats in sunnier climes head indoors or think about coming home to the UK for a break.
Contrary to the thoughts of many experts who believed that 2017 would prove to be the year UK pension transfers hit their peak, recent figures from…
Today marks what is historically referred to as the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere – Summer Solstice. Of course today is, just…
With Russia 2018 well under way, we have put together a list of the top 5 excuses to use to call in sick so you can watch your team

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